We dedicate our hearts to our precious Bleu, who
we lost way too soon.
Bleu was our first rescue dog, and we are so glad we adopted him.
Our first introduction to him was unforgettable.
His foster parents, Jeff and Mary Denton, brought him to the
office, and he just bounced his way through with curiosity about
instantly fell in love!
His sweetness came with his bouncy personality.
Our dear little hunter, we are almost certain he
could smell a squirrel a mile away.
He always tried to climb trees and catch squirrels during our
morning and evening walks.
To our amusement, he truly thought he could make his way up,
and we always laughed and let him try.
A man of many talents, we lovingly referred to him as
Houdini—as he could get out of his crate by using his nose.
Bleu loved getting into everything!
He had good taste in shoes as well, and my favorite pair
ultimately became his favorite.
He also really enjoyed a good belly rub.
He would look at us with those baby blue eyes, tilt that
sweet face and roll over.
Who could resist him?
Anyone who had the chance of meeting Bleu had the privilege
to see what a special dog he was and he was well-known everywhere we
Although Bleu’s past was rough, his last few
months were filled with love.
During the 119 days we were blessed with him, his big heart
and spunky personality made a lifetime impression.
He was one of the most loving dogs we have ever known, and
his sweetness and curiosity were a breath of fresh air.
Bleu will truly be missed and has touched our hearts like
nothing ever before.
not only had the privilege of meeting him—but the honor of his love.
We would like to thank Almost Home Dachshund
Rescue Society for this gracious gift from God—allowing us to know
this wonderful friend who became our family member. We will always
love you Bleu!
Krista and Jennie